The Science of Winter - Online

January 19, 2023 (Thursday) 7:00-9:00pm

Location:

Online

Instructor:

Tia Pinney - Education Coordinator/Senior Naturalist - Metro West

Audience:

Adult

Members:

$25.00

Nonmembers:

$30.00
Nonmembers can join today during checkout and take immediate advantage of member prices.

New England winters are known for their breathtaking landscapes, but why does winter happen at all and how does it impact the plants and animals living through it? Explore the why and how, as well as the impact colder temperatures and decreased sunlight has on our ecosystem, while learning to appreciate the unique treasures and challenges of winter.

This program will include an online presentation; two weeks to complete optional challenges using what you've learned; and a follow-up session for challenge discussion and questions.

Interested in learning more? This program is one part of a 4-topic Winter Neighborhood Naturalists Series that you can join us for one, some, or all of. Register for 'Winter Neighborhood Naturalist Series - Online' in our program catalog before January 19 to get access to all 4 topics for the price of 3 (The Science of Winter, Overwintering Strategies, Tracks & Signs, and Winter Botany). You do not need to register for other sessions, or the full series, to enjoy this one.

Instructions and Directions:

You will receive the Microsoft Teams Link to log into the program in your confirmation. An email reminder will also be sent to you 24 hours before program start.

Optional review session will be offered at 7:00pm on 2/2 where you're invited to share your experiences in the field and ask questions.

Registration is required.

Meeting Place:

Online
Email [email protected] for more information.